Research on South Asians

Six countries including the UK, Japan, France, Germany, the US, and China, after 13 years of research efforts, have drawn up the “Human Genome Sequence Map”. China’s Fudan University is responsible for collecting genetic samples from East Asians and Southeast Asians.
In fact, humans are not divided into races. We all migrated and evolved from a few primitive tribes in Africa a hundred thousand years ago. Humans have only one race.
According to molecular anthropology, based on DNA research, the Han and Tibetans share a common ancestry. The relationship between the Han and the Tibetans is closer than that of the Miao and the Vietnamese (Bach Viet M119). The Han and Tibetan people split up no more than 5,000 years ago.
According to Ly Huy (李輝), there are three differentiating routes of the ancestors of the Austroasiatic language family (Mon Khmer) after entering China. There are two entrance roads, one is in Yunnan, the other is in the Pearl River basin.
A group from the western Yunnan Guizhou Plateau crossed the ice and waded northwards. Finally, ten thousand years ago, they reached the HeTao area (河套地区- north of the Yellow River). This is the land of Chinese civilization, the ancestor of the Han Tibetan family, also known as the Qiang dynasty. They are also the ancestors of the Han and Tibetan people. 5-6 thousand years ago they started to divide, one of the subgroups had the mutation M117 on the host gene background is M134, they went east to the Vi Ha basin (渭河) and then stopped. This group is the Chinese, the predecessor of the Han people.
The other group is the Tibetan Burmese who migrated west and south, eventually settling in the northern and southern Himalayas
The Tam Miao people in the east are of the same race as the Han Tang but came here earlier. During the Xia Thuong Hoa, Dong Di, and Nam Man conflicts, the Chu people were descendants of Kinh Man. Thus, molecular genetics can show that the DNA of many Hubei people is closer to that of the Miao.
The second route is the Chau Giang river basin. Bach Viet entered the area of ​​​​Luong Quang before the Han Dynasty, through the mountains from Vietnam to North Vietnam, then the ancestor of the Vietnamese kingdom. So simply understand the ancestors of the Vietnamese kingdom here are the North Vietnamese people of the South Asian language group (Mon-Khmer). In addition to the Austroasiatic language group, there is also an Austronesian-Tai language group that has formed in the southern Gulf of Tonkin, this yellow-skinned strain entered China from Vietnam and Guangxi with the mutation M119.
From the Qin Han Dynasty, the Vietnamese in the South migrated to the mountainous areas in Guangxi, to the Southern Song Dynasty they continued to migrate and formed the Dong (侗族) ethnic group. Therefore, the language of the Vietnamese in Zhejiang is similar to that of the Dong people. People in the Ngo kingdom have many different origins, the Ngo and the Vietnamese have different origins, they only approach when using the same Chinese language. When the ancestors of the South Asians entered China from the western side of the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, a group of people separated from the Han and the Tibetans. They headed towards the Yangtze River, forming the Miao-Dao language family in the Dongting area (洞庭). The Wu people were formed after the assimilation of the Miao and Yao people in the east and the Han people in the south. Their genetic structure is variable and complex.
According to Su Binh(宿兵) Kunming Institute of Science, the group systematically collected additional samples of ethnic groups in northern Thailand (7 ethnic groups). Yunnan China includes the Blang (布朗), Wa (佤族), Brang (德昂) Plum Blosom boxing, an ancient boxing technique derived from this Brang group. Together with the indigenous peoples of Cambodia (646 male samples in total), systematically analyzed the genetic diversity of the Y-chromosome DNA (inherited from the father) of the Austroasiatic language community. And found that the single O2a1-M95 type Y-DNA clade in East Asia is the most important branch of this Austroasiatic language population.
In the population of the ancient Austroasiatic language group (Mon khmer), suppressed by the frequency group of the O2a1-M95 sub-branch, which is the original Tai-geo language from Southern China. The development of this group, from beginning to end, was accompanied by the migration and proliferation of the South Asian group throughout southern Asia, merging with many different language groups. So it can be understood simply that the Austroasiatic language group (Mon khmer) is the father of the Dong Tai language group (侗台).

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